- Eagle Point
- Highland Meadows
- Highland Park
- Innsbruck Meadows
- Marriott Streamside
- Matterhorn Village
- Meadow Creek
- Pine Ridge
- Private Homes
- Ptarmigan Townhomes
- Spruce Creek
- StreamSide at Vail
This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
Recent West Vail reviews
"We stayed in this home this summer for a family reunion and it was absolutely perfect! The sleeping arrangements are extremely comfortable and the home is located at the top of a hill with hiking opportunities a few feet out the front door. The owners have supplied the house all of the essentials and more! This home is as advertised and won't disappoint! -Perfect location -Feels like home -Clean and orderly -Soothing Hot Tub"Guest: CR Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: September 9, 2014View listing
"We stayed at this very comfortable house with a group of 4 - myself, my husband and two adult children. Everything we could possibly need was provided and the house owner, Bill, was never more than a phone call away and couldn't have been more helpful. Note: if you use the fireplace, don't forget to open the damper first! The location is to the West of Vail, very close to two large supermarkets (Safeway and City Market) and several restaurants (Westside Cafe is very well known) and fast food outlets. We drove from Denver during a huge winter storm and did have a bit of a challenge getting our two wheel drive Dodge Caravan up the very icy roads, we did eventually discover the least steep option and made it to the house in one piece! We skied/snowboarded every day, and took Bill's advice to drive down the hill (2 minutes), where there is free parking very close to the shuttle bus stop. This avoided the climb up the hill to the house in the evening - doable, but not fun as the only options were to trek through deep snow, or up steep icy roads. The shuttle buses were very regular, and the drivers very helpful, the trip to the slopes taking around 20 minutes (with lots of stops to let people off and on). We drove to Beaver Creek one day, and were surprised at how close it was. The skiing was quite different to Vail, not as challenging, and not as dauntingly huge! Once we got used to Vail we loved it, especially Blue Sky Basin where I (a 50 year old, Advanced/Intermediate skiier) had some of the best skiing of my life. The more adventurous members of our group were in skiers heaven!"Guest: Tracey M. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 1, 2014View listing
"My family (2 adults, 1 teenage boy) stayed here to ski at Vail over President's Day weekend. We arrived in the dark, in the middle of a raging snowstorm, and entering the unit felt like arriving home . . . cozy, warm and inviting. The property is wonderful. The beds are very comfy (warm down comforters!) for a good night's sleep, and the kitchen is well-equipped so we could make hearty breakfasts in the morning before heading out to the hill as well as complete dinners in the evenings. (The grocery stores, Safeway and City Market, are only about 5 minutes away.) There is a jacuzzi tub in the guest bathroom - both bathrooms are recently updated - to soak after a long day of skiing. The property has a good-sized deck (with a gas grill) that was too snow covered for us to use on this trip, but we plan to go back in the summer and test it out. There are no neighbors behind, so it looks out into the woods; it is quite lovely. We intend to return to the property -- our new favorite in the Vail area -- and would definitely recommend it to anyone with 1 - 2 kids. You could probably bring 3 kids if 2 of them will sleep together on the Queen bed in the second bedroom; there is a pull out sofa in the living room. I would note that there are quite a few stairs necessary to reach the property, so I would probably caution folks with significant mobility issues."Guest: Leslie D. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 20, 2014View listing
West Vail Travel Tips
Take Your Vacation to West Vail Vacation Rentals
Vail is probably best known for its unparalleled skiing and snowboarding. However, each season in Vail brings new and exciting attractions for vacationers. No matter which season you decide to vacation in Vail, you want the best West Vail lodging to make the most of your stay. Lodging at one of the West Vail vacation rentals is your best option because these rentals provide much more privacy and space than you would find at a typical hotel.
Vail Winter Wonderland
You must try skiing and snowboarding if you are visiting Vail in the winter. Vacationers often bring their gear when staying in one of the West Vail vacation rentals but you can rent gear from Ski Depot Sports or another shop if you prefer. One unique way to tour Vail's breathtaking landscape is a nighttime snowshoeing tour. The nighttime tour by Moonlight Snowshoe Tours allows you to learn about Vail's nighttime wildlife and see the area in a new way.
Plan an Adventure
Plan a kayaking or canoeing excursion during your summer stay at one of the Vail cabins. These excursions allow you to tour the area's rivers while marveling in the beauty of the mountainous landscape. If you prefer to create your own kayaking tour, you can first take kayaking lessons from Alpine Quest Sports and then hit the river to begin your adventure.
Melt Away Your Stress
One of the best ways to relax after a few hours on the slopes or after a kayaking trip is to dine out for a great meal and a few drinks. Popular restaurants include Bistro Fourteen and Game Creek Restaurant. Of course, if you want to stay in for the evening, you can cook your meal at your West Vail vacation lodging destination.